Drum roll please…. we are excited to present our April Pug of the Month winner! Congratulations to Mr. Muche and his pug mom Heather! Each month, we run a contest on our Facebook page (www.facebook.com/aboutpug) where our fans can submit photos of their pug and vote for their favorite pug pic. Thanks everyone for entering your pugs and for voting!
Pugs are glorious little companions, but because they love us so much, we think they tend to take our departures very personally. Even the daily routine of leaving for work results in Nickie moping and looking depressed that her companions are going somewhere without her. We like to think she imagines we go on grand adventures while we’re away, but really it’s just work and mundane things like trips to the grocery store. This pug has certainly perfected the sad pug puppy dog eyes!
Photo by Hannah K
There are lots of things that need to get done at work and around the house. We’ve decided that today, it’s time to get serious and get some of these long-standing “to-do” items off our list. Nickie will probably nap through all the excitement, but this pug certainly looks like it knows how to buckle down and get things done.
Photo by Brian Boucheron
This pug’s face says it all, perfectly conveying the feeling of a Monday morning. It’s okay pug, we too are not big fans of Mondays.
Photo by Chewie Pug
It’s that time of year where the weather is starting to get warmer and all the creepy, crawly things from outside are starting to find their way into our house. Nickie is not much of a spider hunter, and it looks like this pug named Gracie might be more afraid of spiders than even we are!
Photo by rpavich
This adorable little pug is just popping up to wish everyone a happy Friday and a wonderful weekend!
This week has been feeling like a particularly long week. We’re pretty sure it should be Friday already, and it looks like our pug friend here agrees. Our calendars must be broken.
Nickie had a good, sudsy scrub down before we put on her flea and tick solution for the month. As you can probably tell, she is not a fan of bath time, but she puts up with us for the treats that come afterwards. It’s a good thing pugs don’t need daily baths!